Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold from Sky Sports bring you all the latest news from the NFL as well as keeping everyone up to date with the International Series.
Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold look back on another thrilling week in the NFL, discuss the injuries to Dak Prescott and Baker Mayfield, and make their Week Seven game picks, with Neil still leading by five after it finished all square last week.
Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold discuss the developing story in Jacksonville regarding Jaguars head coach Urban Meyer and ask whether he should keep his job after after a video of him and a young woman in a bar went viral. They also make their Week Five game picks, with Jeff cutting Neil's lead to three as he got the better of things last week.
Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold look back on a wild Week Three in the NFL, including Justin Tucker's record-longest field goal, Aaron Rodgers' late heroics and struggles for the Seahawks and Steelers. They also make their Week Four game picks, with Neil currently holding a four-game lead.
Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold keep grinding and continue their 'State of the Franchise' series with a look at two playoff teams from last season, the Pittsburgh Steelers and Los Angeles Rams, who will again have Super Bowl ambitions.
Neil & Jeff find out the latest news about the of the game from Brett Gosper - the Head of NFL UK & Europe, discuss the reaction to Carl Nassib coming out & evaluate the Seahawks in the State of the Franchise
“Neil & Jeff discuss Julio Jones’ future, Adam Vinatieri retiring and Brady throwing shade at Aaron Rodgers ahead of their celebrity gold clash before the guys continue the State of the Franchise series with a look at the Dolphins and Washington Football Team”
Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold discuss the latest offseason news in the NFL, and continue the 'State of the Franchise' series with a look at two teams that ended last season 8-8 -the Arizona Cardinals and the Las Vegas Raiders.
Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold are back to break down the NFL's 2021 season schedule release, which includes two International Series games - Jets @ Falcons and Dolphins @ Jaguars - returning to London. They also discuss the latest Aaron Rodgers news, debate Tim Tebow’s potential return to the league and continue the 'State of the Franchise' series with a look at the New England Patriots.
Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold are joined by former NFL offensive lineman Brian Baldinger to look back on the 2021 NFL Draft in Cleveland, including the news that dominated the opening night of Aaron Rodgers potentially wanting out of Green Bay. Plus, Neil chats to Jacksonville Jaguars draft pick, running back Travis Etienne.
Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold return to discuss Alex Smith's retirement, Jadeveon Clowney's signing for the Cleveland Browns, the latest 2021 NFL Draft news and continue their 'State of the Franchise' series with a look at the Los Angeles Chargers and Minnesota Vikings.
Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold discuss Julian Edelman's retirement from the sport after an amazing career with the New England Patriots, they look over various prospects from the 2021 NFL Draft, while it's the New York Giants' and San Francisco 49ers' turn to go under the 'State of the Franchise' microscope.
Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold discuss Sam Darnold's trade to the Carolina Panthers, debate the rise and fall of the quarterback prospects in the 2021 NFL Draft and it's the turn of the Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys in our 'State of the Franchise' series.
Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold break down the blockbuster trade that saw the San Francisco 49ers move up to the No 3 spot in the 2021 NFL Draft, they also discuss the NFL's move to a 17-game season and their commitment to more international games, while it's the turn of the Carolina Panthers and Denver Broncos in our 'State of the Franchise' series.
Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold discuss all the huge moves in what has been a frantic start to free agency, as the New England Patriots make several moves, Drew Brees retires and Trent Williams gets a record deal from the San Francisco 49ers.
Despite a Hurricane in Hawaii, Jeff Reinebold joins Neil Reynolds as usual to discuss Dak Prescott's huge new contract with the Dallas Cowboys, they look at who have and haven't been franchised tagged, what might happen in Free Agency and debate the Cincinnati Bengals in the latest 'State of the Franchise' deep dive.
Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold discuss the latest roster moves and signings in the NFL, take a closer look at the Russell Wilson vs Pete Carroll battle developing in Seattle and they continue their 'State of the Franchise' series with a deep dive into the Houston Texans and Atlanta Falcons.
Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold are back with Inside the Huddle to discuss the latest offseason news, including Carson Wentz's trade from the Philadelphia Eagles to the Indianapolis Colts, while they also kick off their 'State of the Franchise' series with a deep dive into the Jacksonville Jaguars and New York Jets.
Brian Baldinger joins Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold to reflect on the 2020 NFL season and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Super Bowl LV win over the Kansas City Chiefs, earning Tom Brady his seventh ring! They also discuss Russell Wilson's comments and whether he could force a trade out of the Seattle Seahawks.
Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold are joined by a pair of Super Bowl winners in Cliff Avril (Seattle Seahawks) and Dallas Clark (Indianapolis Colts) as they look ahead to the big game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Kansas City Chiefs and make their Super Bowl LV predictions.
Neil Reynolds chats to Los Angeles Chargers running back Austin Ekeler to discuss the strength of their AFC West rivals, and Super Bowl finalists, the Kansas City Chiefs; Jeff Reinebold and former Buffalo Bills coach Phoebe Schecter also at the strengths of Sunday's head coaches, Andy Reid and Bruce Arians.
In the latest of their Super Bowl LV preview shows, Baltimore Ravens' Calais Campbell joins Neil Reynolds to discuss the challenges of facing Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady, while Jeff Reinebold and Around The NFL's Dan Hanzus also look at the two defences on show in Sunday's game and the tight end matchup between Travis Kelce and Rob Gronkowski.
In the first of their Super Bowl LV preview shows, Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold talk to Around The NFL's Gregg Rosenthal on the quarterback matchup between Patrick Mahomes and Tom Brady, while NBC Sports' Peter King takes a closer look at the Matthew Stafford trade from the Detroit Lions to the Los Angeles Rams, with Jared Goff and multiple draft picks sent the other way.
Neil Reynolds, Jeff Reinebold and Brian Baldinger look back on the Conference Championship games and discuss what this latest defeat means for Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. They also react to the news that Deshaun Watson wants out of the Houston Texans and ponder why Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy didn't get a head coaching job for the 2021 NFL season.
As well as previewing Championship Sunday's mouth-watering matchups, Neil Reynolds, Jeff Reinebold and Brian Baldinger take a closer look at the latest NFL head coaching cycle and debate why there continues to be a lack of opportunities for black coaches.
Neil Reynolds, Jeff Reinebold and Brian Baldinger are joined this week by Around The NFL's Marc Sessler, who reacts to his Cleveland Browns' Wild Card win over the Pittsburgh Steelers, while they also discuss Deshaun Watson trade rumours, react to the Philadelphia Eagles' firing of head coach Doug Pederson and look ahead to the divisional round of the NFL playoffs.
Brian Baldinger joins Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold to look ahead to the first ever six-game Super Wild Card Weekend in the NFL, previewing each game, while they also discuss Cleveland Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski's absence due to Covid-19 and look at the fallout from the Philadelphia Eagles' controversial loss to Washington in the final game of the regular season.
Brian Baldinger joins Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold to preview the final weekend of the 2020 regular season and discuss all the various playoff implications, while they also look at the NFL's move towards a 17-game regular season in 2021.
Brian Baldinger joins Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold to pick their 2020 NFL season award winners, including whether it should be Patrick Mahomes or Aaron Rodgers who wins league MVP? Plus, Hall of Fame cornerback Rod Woodson joins the show to look back at his storied NFL career, including his Super Bowl winning run with the Baltimore Ravens in 2000.
Around The NFL's Gregg Rosenthal joins Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold to discuss the change at quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles, the Washington Football Team's playoff hopes and give their surprises of the season so far, while we also hear from Will Bryce, head of football development at NFL UK.
Brian Baldinger joins Neil Reynolds and Jeff Reinebold to discuss the possibility of the NFL moving into a bubble for the remainder of the season, they look at Matt Patricia's firing in Detroit and look at which other head coaches are on the hot seat.
After Kyler Murray's stunning Hail Mary touchdown pass to DeAndre Hopkins last Sunday, Neil Reynolds, Jeff Reinebold and Vince Young discuss some of the other greatest finishes in the game, while they also react to the NFL's tightening of their Covid-19 restrictions, as well as injuries to Drew Brees and Teddy Bridgewater.
Taking inspiration from The Masters, Neil Reynolds, Jeff Reinebold and Vince Young discuss the NFL's clubhouse leaders, debate which teams are in the rough and what draft picks have proven to be a hole in one...
Neil Reynolds is joined by former Tennessee Titans quarterback Vince Young and Jeff Reinebold to discuss the latest NFL news, reflect on a quiet Trade Deadline day and look at what the future holds for a group of quarterbacks in the league that have yet to completely convince.
Rob Ryan and Jeff Reinebold join Neil Reynolds to discuss the Chicago Bears' continued struggles on offence, the Dallas Cowboys' coaching issues and problems with the New England Patriots after losing three straight.
Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers chats to Neil Reynolds on his eagerness to play a game in the U.K, the team's impressive start to the season and his 2020 Draft reaction. Plus, Brian Baldinger and Rob Ryan discuss unrest in the Cowboys camp, Miami's move to start Tua Tagovailoa and coaching 'genius' Mike Vrabel.
NFL Network reporter Steve Wyche joins Neil Reynolds to discuss the significance of Black History Month and the league's issues with diversity at coaching and general manager positions. Rob Ryan and Jeff Reinebold also chat Dak Prescott's devastating injury, Alex Smith's remarkable return, Jimmy Garoppolo's struggles and more.